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The week in sports

By Compiled by Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published November 19, 2000


NBA

TODAY: Blazers at Magic, 6, TD Waterhouse Centre. Tickets $16-$125 available through Ticketmaster or the Magic ticket office, (813) 287-8844.

TUESDAY: Knicks at Magic, 8, TBS.

FRIDAY: Magic at Boston, 7:30.

SATURDAY: Hawks at Magic, 7:30.

COLLEGE MEN

THURSDAY: Florida State vs. Ohio State, 9:30, Great Alaska Shootout.

FRIDAY: Florida State vs. TBA, Great Alaska Shootout.

SATURDAY: Florida State vs. TBA, Great Alaska Shootout.

COLLEGE WOMEN

MONDAY: Florida State at Florida, 7, (352) 375-4683; UCF at USF, 7, (813) 987-6816.

FRIDAY: Florida vs. Harvard, 4:30, Dead River Company Classic.

SATURDAY: Florida vs. TBA, Dead River Company Classic; Florida State vs. Chicago State, TBA, Tallahassee Democrat Seminole Classic.

SUNDAY: Florida State vs. TBA, Tallahassee Democrat Seminole Classic.

NFL

TODAY: Bucs at Bears, 1, Ch. 13; Jets at Dolphins, 4, Pro Player Stadium, Ch. 10, Dolphins ticket office (800) 255-3094; Jaguars at Steelers, 8, ESPN.

SUNDAY: Bills at Bucs, 1, Raymond James Stadium, Bucs ticket office (813) 879-2827; Dolphins at Colts, 1, Ch. 10; Titans at Jaguars, 4:15, Alltell Stadium, Jaguar ticket office (800) 618-8005.

COLLEGE

FRIDAY: Jacksonville vs. Fairfield, 7, Disney Sports Complex, JU ticket office (904) 745-7407.

SATURDAY: Boston College at Miami, 7:30, Orange Bowl, Miami, UM ticket office (800) GO-CANES.

HOCKEY

MONDAY: Lightning at Stars, 8:30.

WEDNESDAY: Thrashers at Lightning, 7:30, Ice Palace, Tampa. Tickets $10-$125, through Ticketmaster (813) 287-8844 or Lightning (813) 301-2500.

FRIDAY: Panthers at Lightning, 7:30.

SATURDAY: Lightning at Panthers, 7:30.

HORSE RACING

TAMPA BAY DOWNS: Live racing closed for season. Simulcast horses, jai alai and greyhounds daily. Racetrack Road north of S.R. 580, Oldsmar, (727) 855-4401.

DOG RACING

TAMPA DOG TRACK: Live racing nightly (except Sunday), post time 7:30; matinees Monday, Wednesday and Saturday, post time 12:30. Simulcast horses, greyhounds and jai alai at 12:30 Monday-Saturday. (813) 932-4313.

DERBY LANE: Live racing closed for season. Simulcast greyhounds, harness and jai alai seven days and nights a week; (727) 812-3339. Gandy Boulevard, St. Petersburg.

RUNNING

THURSDAY: Times Turkey Trot, 7:30 a.m. (5K), 8:30 a.m. (mile), 8:45 a.m. (10K), Clearwater High School, 540 S Hercules Ave.; (727) 442-5838.

SOFTBALL

TUESDAY/THURSDAY/SATURDAY: Kids & Kubs doubleheader, 10:30 a.m. and noon, North Shore Park, St. Petersburg; (727) 893-7108.

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